Dr Mark Cox is a leading consultant gastroenterologist based in Birmingham at Spire Little Aston Hospital and Spire Parkway Hospital. He has a special interest in treating inflammatory bowel conditions, coeliac disease, hepatobiliary conditions and the use of therapeutic endoscopy.
Dr Cox is a respected, trusted name in gastroenterology, and is both an endoscopy and upper GI cancer lead clinician. He has more than 20 years of experience and has performed more than 15,000 upper GI endoscopies, 3,000 endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) procedures and 5,000 colonoscopies.
He is highly qualified with an MBBS in Medicine from the University of London and an FRCP from the Royal College of Physicians. After graduating he went on to do extensive medical training, which is now something he is heavily involved in as a teacher. He is currently part of the training committee for gastroenterology on the West Midlands Deanery.
Dr Cox's clinical research has been widely published in peer-reviewed journals, and has significantly contributed to therapeutic endoscopy use in his region, throughout his career. He is the chair of the cancer services committee at Little Aston, and is actively involved in the clinical governance of endoscopic services in both Little Aston and Parkway Spire hospitals.